I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Oxford Robotics Institute (ORI), working on robotics and machine learning with
Ioannis Havoutis and Ingmar Posner.
My current research interests span the theory and application of meta-learning, robotic control and perception.
I am a member of the ORI Robocup team, where I lead the people and object recognition subteam.
I am also a member of the Centre for Doctoral Training in
Autonomous Intelligent Machines & Systems
and a Clarendon Scholar.
Originally from Taiwan, I made my first courageous step at the age of seventeen to study maths and physics in France, against my parents’ will. It is my deep belief that mathematics is the secret to understanding the world. I dream of becoming a mathematician, a scientist, a pilot, and an astronaut. When I am not in the lab, I am flying gliders, organising gliding expeditions with Oxford University Gliding Club or promoting gender equality in science and technology.